Personal trainer Antonio Brown said of rape that she has passed a false detector test in support of her claims and is ready to submit allegations to the NFL.
“The polygraph exam confirmed its truthful account that Brown, without her consent, made in June 2017, and, in May 2018, Brown raped her,” according to the federal filing that Britney Taylor put in Tuesday. Florida court.
Taylor, 28, met Brown at a Fellowship of Christian Athletes at a meeting at the University of Central Michigan in 2010, and then reunited in 2017 when Brown achieved “helping to improve flexibility,” according to the suit.
Within a month of their reunion, Brown, 31, alleged that Taylor was accusing her of changing and kissing her against her will, the claims that suited her.
She clarified the terms of her relationship, Taylor stuck at Brown, and they fell into old habits.
“As they did during the college's Christian fellowship days, they often read scriptures, assembled sponsors or watched services during training visits,” according to the suit.
While they looked at one religious video, Brown managed to thrive behind Taylor and put the suit on her back.
They reconciled again in May 2018, but shortly afterwards it was alleged that Brown “punished” and raped her, according to the suit.
“Taylor. . . He is happy and planning to meet with the NFL next week, who is as soon as she can, ”sent Adam Schefter, an ESPN football reporter on Wednesday, noting that the first Taylor is getting married.